January 2014 is Read Double Happiness Month: Experience Reading Double Happiness in Community
Wonderful holiday wishes to you! I was in a cabin on the northern California coast this past weekend, enjoying a sweet technology break not unlike the one I experienced (involuntarily) in China.
Now on this last day of 2013 I’m pleased to announce:
January 2014, Read Double Happiness Month
Imagine meeting a new friend or having a great conversation with an old friend through reading Double Happiness. I have long envisioned building community through the book. I’m launching Read Double Happiness Month next Wednesday evening, January 8. I’ll do a webcast, reading from the second chapter, page 8, and leading a short discussion. The whole experience will be 15-20 minutes, starting at 6:30pm Pacific Time.
Please join us, whether or not you’ve read the first few pages, on page 8 on the 8th. If you do read the first few pages before the 8th, consider these questions as something to possibly share during the event:
- The book begins with a dragon and a blacksmith. Who is the blacksmith? What does the dragon eat?
- When did you first find yourself in a completely foreign place?
- What two roads diverged for you in your early twenties?
If you don’t have your copy of the book yet:
>> Get Double Happiness >>
Over the next two months, we will move through the book like a backpacker on a beautiful mountain trail, and I will read chapters, answer questions, lead discussions, and do a photo slideshow.
- Wed. Jan 8, 6:30p — Chapter 2 (pp 7-8)
- Wed. Jan 22, 6:30p — Chapter 13 (pp 79-80)
- Fri. Jan 31 — TBA (Chinese New Year!)
- Further dates TBA
Or: Read Double Happiness Now &
Write a Review!
If you’ve already begun the book and will be reading on your own schedule, enjoy! When you’re done, or as soon as you feel you’ve read far enough to write something helpful for others, please post a review on Amazon. Reviews are helpful for reaching more people because amazon shows books with more reviews higher in search results.
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For now, Happy Gregorian New Year!
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by Tony Brasunas on December 31, 2013